Are you a undergraduate or graduate student who is Interested in working for Information Technology? Fill out the job postings listed on Le Moyne IT's Handshake page. Typically, Information Technology hires right before the start of the Fall and Spring Semesters. IT positions are not dependent on workstudy aid.
What skills does a starting student employee need?
- Good interpersonal and communication skills; Intellectually curious with a passion for personal development, learning, and teaching.
- Ability to follow directions and documentation and communicate them effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
- Ability to work with confidential information appropriately.
- Self-motivated and proactive; attentive to detail; organized.
A common misconception is that you need to have an extensive background in technology in order to work for Information Technology. That is not the case! While certainly it is helpful, having the skills above are what we deem essential to succeeding. As a Work Study, you will receive training in relevant technology skills, as well as be provided with a robust knowledge base enabling you to serve the Le Moyne Community. .
IT Internship Opportunities
Le Moyne IT has several unpaid internship opportunities that can be paired with credit for a major requirement and experience in the field. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Past internships have included:
- Instructional Design & Academic Technology Internship
- Digital & Social Media Internship
- Institutional Research Internship
- System Administration Internship
Hear from some of our IT Alumni
“Working for the IT desk at Le Moyne was the most challenging but also the most rewarding part of my time at the college. This position taught me valuable skills I use to this day including computer skills and leadership. It's also the place I met some of my best friends to this day.” - Eric McCarthy ‘19
“Working on-campus, especially in IT, truly changed my life. I learned so much about working in a professional environment, from communication to service to leadership. The service desk even enhanced my Le Moyne experience in ways I never thought of, inspiring me to change my path, and I’m now honored to work for one of Le Moyne’s local IT partners as a full-time career.” - Tyler Sternberg ‘19
“I owe so much to working for Le Moyne IT. I truly believe that without the experience I gained over my four years working at the Service Desk, I would not be as successful as I am today. This position taught me so many valuable skills (not just technical skills) that I use on a daily basis in my professional life. From talking on the phone in a professional manner, time management, writing a professional email, or interacting with customers and coworkers each of these items are fundamental to any post grad position and I gained them all from Le Moyne IT. Working at Le Moyne IT is also where I made some of my best friends from college.” - Peter Skomsky ‘18
"LeMoyne IT was a superbly ethereal experience which helped me come to the conclusion that even the simplest tasks can affect hundreds of students' learning experiences in a positive way. LeMoyne IT quite literally holds this campus together." - Thomas Hatty 18’
“I worked in IT for all four years of undergrad. I learned customer service and technical skills at the Service Desk, and had the opportunity to work in other departments within IT as well. I loved what I was doing, and it led me to switch my career path and apply for and be hired into a full-time position within Le Moyne IT!” - Mykayla Cleary 19’